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  1. Corporate Governance Practices: A Case Study of ICICI Bank Ltd

    ICICI Bank Ltd. Abstract: Corporate governance has evolved and grown significantly in the last decade. Important. factors which have led to rapid developments in this field namely the integration ...

  2. Corporate governance failure in ICICI Bank Ltd

    The ICICI Bank fiasco had challenged the existing framework of corporate governance in the management of the bank. The ICICI Bank crisis was basically a loan controversy between Videocon Group and ICICI Bank. It occurred because of the failures of the board members and the non-disclosure of the CEO of her interest in the deal.

  3. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance

    In March 2016, the chief executive officer (CEO) of ICICI Bank Ltd. (ICICI), one of the largest private sector banks in India, was accused of non-disclosure and exploitation of conflict of interest by an investor. The CEO, who had successfully led the bank since 2009, had been featured in two Forbes lists of the most powerful women in 2017. Initially, the ICICI board of directors supported the ...

  4. Chanda Kochhar at ICICI bank: lessons in governance

    The case concludes that to emerge as a mature and leading organization in the global market, ICICI-bank needed to strengthen various aspects of corporate governance; similarly to emerge as a developed economy, India needed to develop independent watchdogs to monitor the activities of corporations continuously. Media needed to be independent and ...

  5. Corporate Governance

    The corporate governance framework at ICICI Bank is based on an effective independent Board, the separation of the Board's supervisory role from the executive management and the constitution of Board Committees to oversee and provide strategic direction for critical areas These include risk and performance, business practices and ethics, legal and regulatory guidelines, disclosure and ...

  6. ICICI ESG Report

    ICICI Bank's corporate governance philosophy encompasses regulatory and legal requirements, which aim at achieving a high level of business ethics, effective supervision and enhancement of value for all stakeholders. To engender this philosophy, the Bank's Corporate Governance Framework has been designed. The framework encompasses a large ...

  7. ICICI BANK: FIGHTING A CRISIS IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

    ACRJ publish high-quality teaching cases on Asian companies and companies operating in Asia. Strategic management, marketing, organizational behavior/human resources, entrepreneurship, operations management, management information systems, economics, finance and accounting, and other relevant business disciplines are welcomed.

  8. Corporate Governance

    ICICI Bank has a broad-based Board of Directors, constituted in compliance with the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, the Companies Act, 2013 and the SEBI Listing Regulations and in accordance with good corporate governance practices. The Board functions either as a full Board or through various committees constituted to oversee specific ...

  9. A Case Study on Corporate Governance of ICICI Bank Ltd

    A Case Study on Corporate Governance of ICICI Bank Ltd. Banking Industry has gone through tremendous changes. This is fast growing service industry. Indian banks are aggressively competing in foreign markets. ICICI Bank is leading private sector banks in India. Recently, private sector banks have started laying emphasis on better and more ...

  10. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance

    Product details. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance. Case. -. Reference no. 9B19M065. Subject category: Strategy and General Management. Authors: Arpita Agnihotri (School of Business Administration, Penn State Harrisburg); Saurabh Bhattacharya (Newcastle University Business School) Published by: Ivey Publishing.

  11. PDF Icici Bank

    In 2017, 86 percent of the loan provided to Videocon (Rs 2,810 crore) was classified as a non-performing asset (NPA). 1. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE. It is necessary to comprehend the phrase "corporate governance" in order to understand the failure of ICICI Bank Ltd.'s corporate governance.

  12. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance

    Abstract. In March 2016, the chief executive officer (CEO) of ICICI Bank Ltd. (ICICI), one of the largest private sector banks in India, was accused of non-disclosure and exploitation of conflict of interest by an investor. The CEO, who had successfully led the bank since 2009, had been featured in two Forbes lists of the most powerful women in ...

  13. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance

    In March 2016, the chief executive officer (CEO) of ICICI Bank Ltd. (ICICI), one of the largest private sector banks in India, was accused of non-disclosure and exploitation of conflict of interest by an investor. The CEO, who had successfully led the bank since 2009, had been featured in two Forbes lists of the most powerful women in 2017.

  14. Failure of Corporate governance

    A case of possible misconduct by ICICI CEO has spotlighted the concerns in corporate governance. What is ICICI misconduct case all about? ICICI Bank's troubles are rooted in a 2016 complaint by an investor alleging a quid pro quo deal between Bank CEO's immediate family members and the Videocon group which got a Rs. 3,250-crore loan from it.

  15. Failure of Corporate governance

    Corporate governance is one of the most important differentiators of business that is distilled from an organisation's culture, its policies and ethics, especially of the people running the business, and the way it deals with various stakeholders. \n. While significant steps have been taken by the regulatory authorities in India to enhance ...

  16. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance

    Product details. ICICI Bank: Restoring Faith in Corporate Governance. Teaching note. -. Reference no. 8B19M065. Subject category: Strategy and General Management. Authors: Arpita Agnihotri (School of Business Administration, Penn State Harrisburg); Saurabh Bhattacharya (University of Newcastle Business School) Published by: Ivey Publishing.

  17. Failure of Corporate governance

    A case of possible misconduct by ICICI CEO has spotlighted the concerns in corporate governance. What is ICICI misconduct case all about? ICICI Bank's troubles are rooted in a 2016 complaint by an investor alleging a quid pro quo deal between Bank CEO's immediate family members and the Videocon group which got a Rs. 3,250-crore loan from it.

  18. The unfortunate case of Chanda Kochhar—notes from a former colleague

    Chanda Kochhar, the former head of ICICI Bank, and her husband Deepak were arrested on December 23, 2022. I have been tracking the developments related to her and the 'high value' loans she ...

  19. ICICI Bank -Corporate Governance .doc

    Corporate Governance Practices: A Case Study of ICICI Bank Ltd. Corporate Governance in Banking Industry: In banking sector, corporate governance relates to the manner in which the business and affairs of individual institutions are governed by their board of directors and senior management. Banks are the mobilizers and dispensers of funds. They discharge the important role of being an ...